Judiciary

Criminal Justice

Lawyer facing felony home invasion charge wants DA off the case; judge who owned the house agrees

Judiciary

Judge uses gay slur and challenges difficult defendant to carry out masturbation threat

Judiciary

If confirmed, Merrick Garland might be the wealthiest Supreme Court justice

Judiciary

Study finds a ‘gavel gap’ between diversity of judges and that of the populations they serve

Internet Law

New Mexico top court overturns conviction due to Skype testimony, warns judges about social media

U.S. Supreme Court

In an apparent first, Supreme Court opinion includes link shortener

Supreme Court Nominations

Merrick Garland gets ABA’s ‘well-qualified’ rating; ABA president calls for Senate action

First Amendment

Second Alabama justice sues over disciplinary investigation related to gay-marriage case

Trials & Litigation

Is federal judge really a ‘hater of Donald Trump’? His rulings in Trump U case are mixed

Legal Ethics

Judge who accused prosecutor of ‘lie from the pit of hell’ agrees to reprimand and apology

Criminal Justice

Man acquitted of wife’s murder after four trials now charged with stalking police investigator

Court Security

Judge who survived courthouse shooting now educates others about domestic-violence case risks

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge orders arrest of New Jersey lawyer for not complying with Ohio appearance demands

Legal Ethics

State’s top court blasts 2 lawyers seeking nonpermanent disbarment for DUI setup of opposing counsel

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court rules federal judges have inherent power to recall discharged jurors to correct error

U.S. Supreme Court

DA-turned-justice violated due process by refusing to recuse in inmate’s appeal, Supreme Court rules

Legal Ethics

Stayed suspension is recommended for ex-judge who filed $54M suit against dry cleaner for lost pants

Criminal Justice

Suspect acquitted in shooting of federal judge gets stiff sentence on related charges

Judiciary

Trump says his criticism of federal judge was misconstrued

Legal Ethics

Judge who required ethics training for possibly 3,000 DOJ lawyers stays his order